117 bpm by the invisible man (pen name)
Beats, Bashings, and HIV Dementia. (Volume 1)

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Back cover synopsis for 117BPM: Beats, bashings, and HIV dementia - Now you're one of us. It is the year NOW. Wearing Spanish boots and floppy shirts and calling themselves the gauchos, four young men in gay self-denial travel through the dark side of Sydney's sub-culture of the occult; searching for the unprotected sex of the 1960s and 70s. Historically askew 117BPM is titled after the speed at which 80s disco diva Laura Branigan's Self Control plays - one hundred and seventeen beats per minute. The four gauchos discover their daily lives are motivated by invisible forces and are intertwined by degrees of separation to the ghost of one gay basher, Rod (the Devil). One gaucho, former Scientologist Dark Damien convinces the other three that gay Asian males have triple x chromosomes which allows them to give birth. In a hysteria which becomes contagious Dark Damien is out to prove his theory. The gauchos find Asian girly boi Owen in the sling at a gay dungeon wearing only 1970s platform boots waiting for them. Soon the four gauchos stand on the Tamarama cliff tops gazing out to sea.

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Published July 23, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 456 pages
Genres: Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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